These native shrubs will grow to be 4-5 feet tall and 4 feet wide. They do best in full sun to light shade in well-drained soil. They are tolerant of wet to dry alkaline soil and of black walnut toxicity. Older shrubs can be renewal pruned by cutting to the ground in winter.
They have leaves right now, so you can see the vibrant green shade that they'll have. Ninebark can be deep burgandy, gold, red, green in leaf color. These are the native green shrubs. They will produce a small flower cluster in May-June. Most of these burlap bags have two plants and they are ready to find their forever homes.
They will need to be planted as soon as they leave the farm or use caution to keep roots from getting dry until they are planted.